Our team of professional investors have spent the last several quarters developing a top down view of the markets to help you track moves in major indices, sectors and factors.  We analyze a combination of moving averages, RSI and their relative movements to show you what’s trending in the markets.  

Here’s the current Market Health Map.  A month ago, this would have been completely bullish but as market volatility increased and the markets sold off the map turned to neutral / bearish.

The map is made up of important ETFs which are a great way to gain broader exposure to the markets with one buy.  The 24 ETFs in the Market Health Map allow you to see where you might want to be invested in the market.  For example, if you want to get broad exposure to the markets you might look at the (VTI) which tracks the total stock market.  If you like technology stocks and feel like the future is in tech then look at the (XLK).  

The Market Health Map shows you the big trends in the markets and allows you to take action accordingly.  For example, Energy (XLE) was the first sector to turn bearish and has turned out to be the weakest sector in the market over the last 6 months.

Energy Weakest Sector

The Market Health Map tracks 24 ETFs in 3 Categories.


  • S&P 500 (SPY)
  • Dow Jones Industrial Average (DIA)
  • Russell 2000 (IWM)
  • Russell 1000 (IWF)
  • Nasdaq 100 (QQQ)
  • Total Stock Market (VTI)


  • Materials (XLB)
  • Energy (XLE)
  • Financials (XLF)
  • Industrials (XLI)
  • Healthcare (XLV)
  • Communications (XLC)
  • Consumer Discretionary (XLY)
  • Consumer Staples (XLP)
  • Utilities (XLU)
  • Technology (XLK)
  • Real Estate (XLRE)
  • Gold (GDX)


  • Momentum (MTUM)
  • Small Cap (VB)
  • Dividend Appreciation (VIG)
  • Value (VTV)
  • Large Cap Growth (VUG)
  • High Dividend (VYM)

We will be releasing the EEON iOS app soon which will provide you with a smart and easy way to track the market health and a lot more!